The Brewery Gate
19-21 High Street
Havering Museum is an independent local history museum which opened in part of the old Brewery building in Romford town centre in May 2010. The Museum is supported by a Heritage Lottery Grant. It tells the story of the history of the Borough of Havering through objects, text and images. There are five special areas dedicated to Havering-atte-Bower, Hornchurch, Romford, Rainham and Upminster. Havering Museum also runs activities, clubs and programmes of events aimed at all ages and all sections of the community.
Havering Museum is open from 11 to 5pm on Wednesday to Saturday. Last admission to galleries is at 4pm and shop at 4.30pm. Closing times are one hour earlier in Winter (please call or check our website).
Children under the age of 16 go free and must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.
Group Bookings £2.00 for ten or more people
The Human Face of the First World War
- 18 September 2014 7-8pm
Bill Fulton of the Western Front Association will look at some of the peoples’ stories on the home front and the battlefields. With question and answer session.
£3.50 per person.
Hornchurch Air Heroes
- 9 October 2014 7-8pm
Local historian Richard C. Smith talks about daring exploits of WW1 pilots at RFC Suttons Farm in Hornchurch. Followed by question and answer session.
£5.00 (free to Friends of Havering Museum)